Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Video: Alternative Doll Make Up


I'm back again with another make up tutorial (:
Today's make up is a doll look because recently I modelled in a hair show with a doll theme, and the look I had was a sort of alternative/gothic doll and I liked the make up I did so I thought I'd do a tutorial of it. Not only that, but the other doll make up tutorial I did proved to be ridiculously popular, so why not give the people what they want!
I realise it's not an every day or wearable look to most people, but most of the looks I do aren't. I prefer to be more creative and show people how to achieve things they might struggle with, rather than showing people how to do simple things they might not need help with.
That aside, I will post some photos, and embed the tutorial below.

This tutorial was recorded at a time when I was unable to talk about the products I was using. Since I can talk about that now, I'm adding in that information. This is from memory so I may not be able to list everything, but I will do my best!

Revlon ColorStay Foundation for Oily Skin - 150 Buff
MAC Pro Longwear Concealer - NC15
MAC Prep+Prime Pressed Powder
Sleek MakeUp Face Form Palette - Light
Soap & Glory - Love at First Blush
Stila All Over Shimmer Duo - Kitten (pink shade)
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade - Dark Brown (for eyebrows and freckles)

Urban Decay Naked Palette I - Virgin
Lime Crime Aquataenia Palette - Pearl-ple
Urban Decay Peacock Palette - Flash
MAC eyeshadow - Fig.1 & Print
Sugarpill eyeshadow - Poison Plum
Sleek MakeUp Eau La La Liner - White Noise 
Ardell Lashes #118 & #110

Estée Lauder Double Wear Concealer - 1W Light
Sleek MakeUp Eau La La Liner - Raisin
MAC Lipstick - Cyber (satin)